Xmas gift for a family member. Good for travel. Grandson and i have marathon games of cribbage and he loved it. Bought for wife and grandkids to play.
This cribbage board conveniently stores the cards and pegs. The pegs and the cards fit securely into the board, making it easy to travel with. Liked the under storage area with card pack and pins.
I like the weighty metal pegs even though the brass turned color a bit. The light color board makes it easy to see the holes, & that is the reason i selected it.
The peg holes are very inconsistent in depth. Some holes are bottomless and only the collar on the pegs keeps them from falling through. It interferes with the tactile feel of a nice wooden board and metal pegs.
It almost seems like the hinges are mismatched. Also, the clasp came damaged. It seems as though the measurements as it is impossible to completely clasp it shut.
This set is a meh for me. The printing is off, looks like it was double stamped so much of it appears blurry. Some of the paint on the lettering was chipped off and unfinished looking.
Hacker teaches you about multithreaded programming. A program must divide its attention between tasks that are happening at the same time. The instructions are clear and the accompanying images demonstrate them well.
It's really a single-player game, but it can be enjoyed as a pair working together. Most importantly, this game is actually fun to play. My 12 year old really likes it, though!
This is a fun game to get your kids introduced to some of the concepts and terminology from the hacking/infosec world. It's certainly not a course on hacking, but it's genuinely interesting and fun. I find this game a great way to introduce my kids in... Read More
The three steps of coding, hacking, and fixing all on the same play space is very mundane. Repeating steps and resetting pieces seems redundant.